CVS is looking to increase the number of hours it offers for the pharmacy business, the company announced today.
CVS plans to open more than 1,000 pharmacy locations across the U.S. in 2017, with the goal of making the program “transformative for our pharmacy partners and their customers.”
As part of the initiative, the pharmacy will now offer pharmacists a pharmacy access card that allows them to access a variety of pharmacy hours in a designated CVS location.
In addition, pharmacists will now be able to use the card to buy prescription medication, as well as the option to purchase a range of prescription medications, including generic and brand name medications.
The pharmacy access cards will be available to CVS pharmacy employees and to pharmacists on the CVS platform.
According to CHS, the Pharmacy Access Card will provide pharmacists access to a pharmacy in their area, allowing them to order prescriptions from a pharmacy pharmacy as well.
The card also allows pharmacists to purchase their medications from CVS pharmacies in other CVS locations.
For more information on CVS’ pharmacy program, visit: http://www.cvspharmacyaccesscard.com/